Ultimate Care Midlands Ltd consists of a team of competent, committed and experienced trainers.
Dave is not only a trainer for Ultimate Care but also the Founder and Director of the company.
Dave started his career over 20 years ago in the emergency services and has now reached officer level.
Dave is a trauma specialist and started his medical journey in nightclubs and small music venues 15 years ago as a medic. Dave has also worked as a volunteer Community First Responder and teaches FREC3 as well as Train the Trainer courses. Over the years Dave has built up the family business training companies around the country.
Financial Manager and Trainer/Assessor
Have you spotted the family resemblance? Chloé is Dave’s daughter and started her teaching career 10 years ago working towards becoming a Secondary school Drama teacher.
Chloé however decided to specialise in Autism and worked at various SEN and PRU’s before moving to the Middle East as a Primary School teacher.
Throughout this time Chloé was also working towards her FREC3 medical qualification and worked at festivals and events running the First Aid tents with medical professionals of various levels.
"My name is Lee Evans and I have over 30+ years experience in training. I come from a Military and Fire Service background.
I completed 12 years service with the Army (Royal Engineers) and as a Non Commissioned Officer serving in various parts of the world and spent a large portion of my time training and assessing both trained soldiers and new recruits on all aspects of Combat Engineering and first aid training.
I then worked in the Middle East as a contractor working with the locals to rebuild their community
In the Middle 90's i joined the West Midlands Fire Service as a Firefighter where i progressed to be an officer and specialised in First Aid and trauma management and Road Traffic Collision and became one of the lead instructors responsible for training and Assessing both trained Firefighters and New Recruits.
During my time in the fire service I have also had the opportunity to carry out the role of a Vulnerable person officer which involved identifying and helping the more vulnerable people in our community. I also became a H&S representative which gave me a great grounding which I then took forward and completed my H&S qualifications.
I work closely with a number of Councils and Schools to deliver Positive Handling Training, and Passenger Assistant Training.
To maintain my competences especially in medical work,I work for a private Ambulance Company at Festivals as part of their medical team."